Here’s what you need to know about abortion pills, how they’re used, and their legal status in a post-Roe United States.
In post-Roe United States, countless people are about to become everyday experts in evading the law to get abortions.
The Trump administration spent the summer trying to get the Food and Drug Administration to re-impose restrictions on the abortion pill, despite the ongoing pandemic.
Jane Henney says the restrictions are dangerous during a pandemic because they require unnecessary travel and contact between patients and providers.
But the abortion pill sites people rely on are in jeopardy.
Abortion pills have to be picked up in person at a clinic. Experts say that has to change during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Supreme Court is hearing a case that could be devastating for Roe v. Wade. But there are other ways to expand abortion access.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is expected to sign a bill overturning several anti-abortion laws. That's good news for people across the South.